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  • The Modern Scholar: Judaism, Christinanity and Islam

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Frank E. Peters
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    Professor Peters' studies of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam allow him to offer a series of lectures beginning with Creation and ending with the Final Judgment. In this course, Professor Peters leads listeners through a comprehensive study of each of these fundamentally monotheistic religious communities. As he concludes, only by understanding their similarities and differences can we hope to make sense of the politics of religion which continue to fuel conflicts throughout the world.

    David says: "Informative review of the 3 big religions"
    "Get a layman's understanding of religious history"
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    Would you consider the audio edition of The Modern Scholar to be better than the print version?

    I am an audible leaner and I do not have time to sit and read. I am, consequently, an audio book officiendo. I cannot comment on whether the audio book is better than the text as I have not read the text version.


    What did you like best about this story?

    I liked the way the author ties together the origins of all three religions. He bases his book on facts and not his personal opinions.


    What didn’t you like about the narrator’s performance?

    The author should have let a professional narrator read the book for him. He stutered way too much because he was combining additional detailed thoughts in with his reading of the book. This made for a lot of


    Any additional comments?

    Great book for a fact person like myself.

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